Gov. Christie did what I think should be the textbook example of what any politician, on either side, should do when put in a position to explain a choice they made.
He did not defend, he attacked. This is what I liked about Christie’s approach. He attacked so forcefully that he almost made the reporter asking the questions embarrassed for bringing up the subject.
Christie did not defend by defending, he defended by attacking, which is often the best strategy but not often utilized.
The impression Christie left everyone with was that there was zero chance that he would second guess his own appointment or back down to criticism.
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